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I can think of any other way to influence the value of $$\Delta G$$ than (1) change the temperature (2) providing an external source to overcome the negative cell potential

The relationship between $$\Delta G$$ and $$E_{cell}$$$$E_{\mathrm{cell}}$$ is $$\Delta G =-nFE_{cell}$$$$\Delta G =-nFE_{\mathrm{cell}}$$

Between $$\Delta H$$, $$\Delta S$$ and $$\Delta G$$ is $$\Delta G=\Delta H - T\Delta S$$

Sometimes, temperature won't do anything to change the spontaneity. But if we change $$\Delta G$$ through $$\Delta E_{cell}$$$$\Delta E_{\mathrm{cell}}$$ by providing external voltage in excess of the negative voltage, and though $$\Delta G$$ we are also able to influence enthalpy and entropy(???).

This is the part I am not sure about. Besides the title question, a sub-question is:  how in this way can we change the enthalpy and entropy?

I can think of any other way to influence the value of $$\Delta G$$ than (1) change the temperature (2) providing an external source to overcome the negative cell potential

The relationship between $$\Delta G$$ and $$E_{cell}$$ is $$\Delta G =-nFE_{cell}$$

Between $$\Delta H$$, $$\Delta S$$ and $$\Delta G$$ is $$\Delta G=\Delta H - T\Delta S$$

Sometimes, temperature won't do anything to change the spontaneity. But if we change $$\Delta G$$ through $$\Delta E_{cell}$$ by providing external voltage in excess of the negative voltage, and though $$\Delta G$$ we are also able to influence enthalpy and entropy(???).

This is the part I am not sure about. Besides the title question, a sub-question is:how in this way can we change the enthalpy and entropy?

I can think of any other way to influence the value of $$\Delta G$$ than (1) change the temperature (2) providing an external source to overcome the negative cell potential

The relationship between $$\Delta G$$ and $$E_{\mathrm{cell}}$$ is $$\Delta G =-nFE_{\mathrm{cell}}$$

Between $$\Delta H$$, $$\Delta S$$ and $$\Delta G$$ is $$\Delta G=\Delta H - T\Delta S$$

Sometimes, temperature won't do anything to change the spontaneity. But if we change $$\Delta G$$ through $$\Delta E_{\mathrm{cell}}$$ by providing external voltage in excess of the negative voltage, and though $$\Delta G$$ we are also able to influence enthalpy and entropy(???).

This is the part I am not sure about. Besides the title question, a sub-question is:  how in this way can we change the enthalpy and entropy?

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I can think of any other way to influence the value of $$\Delta G$$ than (1) change the temperature (2) providing an external source to overcome the negative cell potential

The relationship between $$\Delta G$$ and $$E_{cell}$$ is $$\Delta G =-nFE_{cell}$$

Between $$\Delta H$$, $$\Delta S$$ and $$\Delta G$$ is $$\Delta G=\Delta H - T\Delta S$$

Sometimes, temperature won't do anything to change the spontaneity. But if we change $$\Delta G$$ through $$\Delta E_{cell}$$ by providing external voltage in excess of the negative voltage, and though $$\Delta G$$ we are also able to influence enthalpy and entropy(???).

This is the part I am not sure about. Besides the title question, a sub-question is:how in this way can we change the enthalpy and entropy?